Let’s set the scene – it’s January 2019. We’ve never heard of COVID, face masks are for skin care, and reputation is Taylor Swift’s most recent album. We’ve also never seen a long gamma-ray burst (GRB) at TeV energy – but that is about to change on Jan. 14, 2019.
If I had a nickel for every time my advisor transferred universities, I’d have two nickels. Which isn’t a lot, but it’s weird that it happened twice.
Uranus spins on its side, and its five main moons have a unique composition and mass distribution. Ever wondered why? Today’s paper offers an explanation.
Have you ever wondered what NuSTAR is or the science it’s helped to discover? Dr. Daniel Stern will tell you all about it at his plenary lecture at #AAS238!
Dr. Emily Levesque loves to study massive stars. At her Newton Lacy Pierce Prize talk & at her ‘meeting in a meeting’ at #AAS238, she’ll be telling you all about Betelgeuse & TZOs. Read on to find out more!